Ukraine deported thief in law named Tsrutsi to Georgia
On July 23d, in the Odessa Region a 44-year-old crime boss Teimuraz Chkhetiani nicknamed Tsrutsi was detained by the police officers, reported the press service of the National Police of Ukraine to the media.
The Head of the National Police of Ukraine Khatia Dekanoidze noted that the detainee has already been expelled to Georgia and the Georgian side notified about it.
In Russia, Tsrutsi was arrested three years ago for illegal stay, and later deported.
Earlier, in 2011, he was released after serving a five-year sentence for possession of weapons and drugs, and before that served he six years for extortion and robbery.
As the CrimeRussia reported earlier, Tsrutsi was crowned in 1993 in Kutaisi by the thief in law Roman Lomtadze, nicknamed Mususa. Subsequently, due to a conflict with another thief in law, Chkhetiani lost his status. However, according to the Ukrainian police, it was restored in 2014 on the territory of Turkey.
It is to be recalled that Chkhetiani became the eleventh thief in law, detained in Ukraine since the beginning of this year. A few days before him, another criminal authority Taleh Dagliev known as Tolik Noginsky, was detained in Kyiv.
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